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    @'zetsu':

    nice to see you here, Dizzy!
    what the crap!? that's how overpriced things are!??
    man, this country really sucks…T,T

    when I bought my last computer I was somewhat out of the loop, so what I did was go to a local overclocking forum and asked my question along with my budget, they'll give you tons of advice and help chose all the right parts, where to buy, etc… they're really into this stuff, just tell also that'll you'll use it for rendering, they'll know to focus on the CPU, RAM, vid card, etc

    make sure you don't skimp on the SSD, that thing makes a world of difference in terms of your system speed!

    but yeah countries do vary, so don't be surprised if you need to spend a little more vs the current US system cost, I think I had to add a couple of hundred to get a comparable system even with all the right parts and cheapest prices



  • nice to see you here, Dizzy!
    what the crap!? that's how overpriced things are!??
    man, this country really sucks…T,T



  • @'Supro':

    @'dizzydills':

    That seems unnecessarily high for a pc with those specs. As Supro said you could definitely get that kind of a set up for way less. If your spending that kind of money you should throw in a monitor at least.

    As for your specs I would go with at least 8 gigs, especially if your planning to use Poser. Rendering is an enormous resource hog, and it will eat up your ram and processor resources like no other. Also if you have large amounts of ram you'll have an easier time composing large scenes in Poser.

    Here is a decent combo from newegg that infinitely better than the computer you were going to be for 400 dollars less if you throw in win7-64bit pro. Maybe another 20 bucks for a dvd drive if the one in your current computer doesn't work, and your good to go. $940 +shipping/tax

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.770956

    And if your hell bent on spending 1300 you can spend the remaining $360 on a boss monitor!

    Or! Or he could just give us the money and we'll spend it accordingly. :D

    I like that option a lot, plenty of goodies to be had on the interwebz for that kind of money lol.



  • @'dizzydills':

    That seems unnecessarily high for a pc with those specs. As Supro said you could definitely get that kind of a set up for way less. If your spending that kind of money you should throw in a monitor at least.

    As for your specs I would go with at least 8 gigs, especially if your planning to use Poser. Rendering is an enormous resource hog, and it will eat up your ram and processor resources like no other. Also if you have large amounts of ram you'll have an easier time composing large scenes in Poser.

    Here is a decent combo from newegg that infinitely better than the computer you were going to be for 400 dollars less if you throw in win7-64bit pro. Maybe another 20 bucks for a dvd drive if the one in your current computer doesn't work, and your good to go. $940 +shipping/tax

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.770956

    And if your hell bent on spending 1300 you can spend the remaining $360 on a boss monitor!

    Or! Or he could just give us the money and we'll spend it accordingly. :D



  • That seems unnecessarily high for a pc with those specs. As Supro said you could definitely get that kind of a set up for way less. If your spending that kind of money you should throw in a monitor at least.

    As for your specs I would go with at least 8 gigs, especially if your planning to use Poser. Rendering is an enormous resource hog, and it will eat up your ram and processor resources like no other. Also if you have large amounts of ram you'll have an easier time composing large scenes in Poser.

    Here is a decent combo from newegg that infinitely better than the computer you were going to be for 400 dollars less if you throw in win7-64bit pro. Maybe another 20 bucks for a dvd drive if the one in your current computer doesn't work, and your good to go. $940 +shipping/tax

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.770956

    And if your hell bent on spending 1300 you can spend the remaining $360 on a boss monitor!



  • @'zetsu':

    @'Supro':

    What exactly are the specs for your PC? How much RAM? What's the CPU? How many cores?

    :s can i pass in this question..? T,T sweats

    anyway.. i'm eyeing for a unit with the following specs (based on surveys from other 3d artists):

    • intel quad core
    • terabyte harddisk (since i'm a collector of a lot of things)
    • 4GB RAM (that's the max that i found for branded ones, i hope 2 is good enough, i don't know anymore upto how many slots are offered by the latest motherboards)
    • 512MB memory for a videocard, that's the max i found here..
      it's approximately $1,300+ (i converted the value so you can relate)

    on the other note.. i just found out that most of the artists that i follow uses Poser software for rendering..
    do you think the operations for it is almost the same as DAZ..?
    i think i've read questions before (from other sites) regarding what is easier to use between the two…

    off to find Poser's site right after i make an update on my 2D thread here...^_^

    $1,300? That's way too much for a computer with specs like that. I paid about $400-500 for my latest PC (though I didn't add a HDD, but it shouldn't be that much).

    I would recommend checking out this site for your PC needs. It's cheaper to get one that's not brand name because they normally charge a lot because of the name itself. I got my 6-core AMD CPU from them and I can even upgrade my CPU to an 8-core if I ever feel like it. Only thing is pay for the overnight shipping. It took like three weeks on free before I could get my computer, but it's definitely worth it. Also, pay for the extra warranty. Can never be too careful when it comes to your best friend (the computer).



  • @'Supro':

    What exactly are the specs for your PC? How much RAM? What's the CPU? How many cores?

    :s can i pass in this question..? T,T sweats

    anyway.. i'm eyeing for a unit with the following specs (based on surveys from other 3d artists):

    • intel quad core
    • terabyte harddisk (since i'm a collector of a lot of things)
    • 4GB RAM (that's the max that i found for branded ones, i hope 2 is good enough, i don't know anymore upto how many slots are offered by the latest motherboards)
    • 512MB memory for a videocard, that's the max i found here..
      it's approximately $1,300+ (i converted the value so you can relate)

    on the other note.. i just found out that most of the artists that i follow uses Poser software for rendering..
    do you think the operations for it is almost the same as DAZ..?
    i think i've read questions before (from other sites) regarding what is easier to use between the two…

    off to find Poser's site right after i make an update on my 2D thread here...^_^



  • @'fredfred5150':

    @'Supro':

    What exactly are the specs for your PC? How much RAM? What's the CPU? How many cores?

    1. What would be the minimum spec to use these programs in a relatively timely manner without the computer creaking under the strain.

    This should best explain it.
    http://www.daz3d.com/i/products/daz_studio/tech_specs
    http://store.smithmicro.com/productdetails.aspx?id=19248

    As with all system requirements, they are just the bare minimums to just run the program and not the other fancy stuff. A 64-bit is easily the most essential since 32-bit stops the RAM usage at 3gigs while 64-bit can go higher.

    2. What would be the desired spec for someone who was a committed hobbyist or enthusiast and was tired of waiting hours and hours for a render to complete (someone on this forum said they had to wait 8 hours?!?!?!)

    I would look into a multi-core processor and a good amount of RAM. Previously, I was using a dual-core CPU with 4 gigs of Ram and it took forever to run multi-characters. I'm now on a six-core with 8 gigs of Ram and the rendering time has been cut severely.

    I'd probably recommend that or if you're looking cheaper, maybe a quad-core with 6 gigs. Trust me, the more Ram you have, the better.

    3. What would be the top end of the spec for someone who was serious about creating this kind of stuff (ie. all the naughty stuff they ever dreamed of to the highest quality possible)

    Anything past quad-core with a crapload of RAM (RAM es bueno) would be top end for this stuff.



  • @'Supro':

    What exactly are the specs for your PC? How much RAM? What's the CPU? How many cores?

    Supro's post makes me want to raise a multi-part question of my own thats been floating around my brain for a while.

    Assuming that one is buying his/her PC from the average electronics store rather than ordering a custom-made super-high spec PC from a specialist supplier/manufacturer. can the more knowlegable on the forum answer the following

    1. What would be the minimum spec to use these programs in a relatively timely manner without the computer creaking under the strain.

    2. What would be the desired spec for someone who was a committed hobbyist or enthusiast and was tired of waiting hours and hours for a render to complete (someone on this forum said they had to wait 8 hours?!?!?!)

    3. What would be the top end of the spec for someone who was serious about creating this kind of stuff (ie. all the naughty stuff they ever dreamed of to the highest quality possible)

    Obviously theres more to being a good artist than having a good computer, and I'm sure that, like learning any piece of software, it takes a long time to get good, so don't mention anything like that in your answers,

    Just the cold hard computer specs please, for me this post is for nothing more than satisfying my own curiosity

    (like the time I wanted to know whether human urine could be used as plant fertiliser)



  • What exactly are the specs for your PC? How much RAM? What's the CPU? How many cores?


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    @'zetsu':

    …but unfortunately, T,T my next problem is that mine only supports OpenGL 1.1 and DAZ requires at least version 1.3..
    my pc is already more than 5 years old now.. with no more video card, a very small RAM, and a broken CD-ROM..
    so i'm not really considering an upgrade for i am not sure which part of it will break next >,<...

    anyway, i already downloaded the freebies that you guys suggested me..
    i guess i'll just have to wait patiently till i get hold of a new unit..
    for the meantime, i'll study the pdf guides and see if everything i need is available in 3D art...

    a vid card is sure going to help :) if it's 5 years old, yep I'd go with a new one any recent model should do fine, unless you're planning to do GPU rendering, the main would be the CPU and a good amount of ram, u still should get a really good vid card and SSD as well

    as for the 3D stuff, there's tons of stuff to sink your teeth into, you won't be running out of ideas, tools and assets to you use, so whenever you're ready :)



  • it's okay, i already fixed mine just by updating my Windows installer…

    @'Friedland':

    Think I begin to understand what you mean with not having a decent computer unit …

    …but unfortunately, T,T my next problem is that mine only supports OpenGL 1.1 and DAZ requires at least version 1.3..
    my pc is already more than 5 years old now.. with no more video card, a very small RAM, and a broken CD-ROM..
    so i'm not really considering an upgrade for i am not sure which part of it will break next >,<...

    anyway, i already downloaded the freebies that you guys suggested me..
    i guess i'll just have to wait patiently till i get hold of a new unit..
    for the meantime, i'll study the pdf guides and see if everything i need is available in 3D art...



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  • Try to install this. I looked it up and it looks like you might be missing this.

    Hmm… that package should be in the DAZ installer (and Poser too) as part of it.
    Think I begin to understand what you mean with not having a decent computer unit …
    Hope you can get it in the plastic can this way, zetsu. That dll-file (Dynamic Link Library) is vital.
    If not - put the DAZ Studio installer on a disc or usb-stick or something until you can get hold of a better machine. The free Studio is 32-bit, so you don't absolutely have to have a 64-bit.
    But it helps ...

    --- John ---



  • @'zetsu':

    thank you, guys! a lot!!
    it's only been a while, and i already think you're the best!
    i've explored DAZ shop yesterday and it's really great.. the pdf guides are also helpful..
    i already have the installer, but my unit is having 'msvcp100.dll error'.. so i still need to figure out how to fix it…

    Try to install this. I looked it up and it looks like you might be missing this.



  • thank you, guys! a lot!!
    it's only been a while, and i already think you're the best!
    i've explored DAZ shop yesterday and it's really great.. the pdf guides are also helpful..
    i already have the installer, but my unit is having 'msvcp100.dll error'.. so i still need to figure out how to fix it…

    @'miro':

    @'zetsu':

    modified like creating bigger boobs, bigger butts

    omg, what do you need this for??? what do you have in mind… you perv!!

    LOL! it's top secret mission…:angel:

    okay, i'm off now to research on this msvcp100.dll!



  • @'miro':

    @'zetsu':

    modified like creating bigger boobs, bigger butts

    omg, what do you need this for??? what do you have in mind… you perv!!

    NOOO… is that what he's going for … ya' think .. ? :rolleyes: ROFL.. etc :D

    --- John ---


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    @'zetsu':

    modified like creating bigger boobs, bigger butts

    omg, what do you need this for??? what do you have in mind… you perv!!


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